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  1. the urban forager
    3 Excellent New Small-Batch Food Finds for Home CooksHarissa for the homesick, incubated kimchi, and crackers with a past.
  2. Food Fight
    China and South Korea Are Locked in a Kimchi-Related StandoffSome pesky regulations are putting South Korea’s kimchi industry in a bind.
  3. Cabbages and Deficits
    South Korea’s Kimchi Industry May Be OverfermentingThe country’s food exports have gotten less stinky.
  4. Banchan Seekers
    This Korean Restaurant Guide App May Change Your LifeTake a little trip with kimchee.
  5. Leftovers
    Learn How to Make Kimchee at New Amsterdam Market; Eat a Whole Pig at BarracaPlus, celebrate Miranda’s anniversary, cook on television, and more in today’s leftovers.
  6. Drama
    The DOH Dumbfounded by KimcheeWhen it comes to temperatures, should the DOH just chill?
  7. Mediavore
    Kim Chi Prices Soar; Asia De Cuba Gets AnimatedWhile cabbage costs go through the roof, The Simpsons dine at Jeffrey Chodorow’s chain.
  8. Video Feeds
    KimChi is Ready for Its Close-UpOne of Korea and L.A.’s favorite foods becomes a film star.
  9. TV Land
    Chang on Today“The radical chef” (?) teaches America how to make kimchee.
  10. Mediavore
    Coconut Water Could Be The Next Bottled Water; PETA Teases McDonald’sBeverage companies hope coconut water will replace bottled water as the next big thing, and PETA enlists stars to go after McDonald’s.
  11. Mediavore
    Upper Crust Ups the Ante; A ‘Super-Sized’ ComicPlus: McDonald’s profits plummet, and odorless kimchi, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Mediavore
    Super-Size Comic; McDonald’s Profits PlummetPlus: odorless kimchi and a lawsuit for Denny’s, all in our morning news roundup.
  13. Food Waste Powers Wastewater Plant; A ‘Super-Sized’ ComicPlus: McDonald’s profits plummet, and odorless kimchi, all in our morning news roundup.
  14. The Annotated Dish
    Chanto’s Sophisticated KimcheeWith nearly 50 locations in Japan, Chanto is one of the world’s most established restaurants, but to date does not have a significant New York profile. Whatever the reason, it’s not the food, which is eclectic, inventive, and very, very delicious. One of Chanto’s signature items in Japan is the “King of Kimchee,” a marriage of pickled vegetables and sashimi that is much more than the sum of its parts. As always, mouse over the different elements to hear the dish described in Chef Kiyotaka Shinoki’s words.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Late-Night LES Kimchee Cart Accepting ApplicationsBedford-Stuyvesant: In addition to Belgian waffles and couches for weary churchgoers, Common Grounds café will now offer homemade ice cream! [Brooklyn Record] Brooklyn Heights: Moxie Spot, planned for 81 Atlantic Avenue, wants a liquor license, says they’ll be family-friendly. [Brooklyn Heights Blog] Carroll Gardens: The new farmers’ market won’t launch until July 8. Meanwhile, they’ve hit the ground running in Union Square. [Brooklyn Record] Clinton Hill: Cadmen Congregational Church will host a Good Friday fish fry fund-raiser — plates will go for a miraculous $7. [Clinton Hill Blog] Lower East Side: Unless you’re willing to run it (seriously), the late-night kimchee cart may become a thing of the past. [Gridskipper] Midwood: DiFara reopens today. Dom DeMarco: 1; rat excreta: 0. [Slice] Soho: Balthazar challenger FR.OG, set to open on Spring Street Friday the 13th, brings mild ethnic slur to the fight. [Gawker] West Village: Department of Health nabs Kobma Thai; neighborhood resident unfazed. [Eater] The battle to rename part of Greenwich Avenue “Little Britain” rests with a man named Rupert. [Englishman in New York]